Interview: Recording Artist Genesis Owusu

We speak with the Ghanaian-Australian musician about his surprise release, "Missing Molars"

After releasing his stellar debut album, Smiling with No Teeth in March, Canberra, Australia-based Genesis Owusu (aka Kofi Owusu-Ansah) headed out on a tour across the country—though promoting a record and performing looks a lot different in the midst of a global pandemic. As if that weren’t enough to keep his professional life exciting, Owusu decided—just a few months after his debut—to surprise-release an EP called Missing Molars …

Gabrielle Current: Make It Right

The opening track on Gabrielle Current’s recently released debut EP Virgo, “Make It Right,” is a silky, lush tune tinged with elements of ’90s and early 2000s R&B. The five-track release carries on the theme, blending neo-soul with R&B and jazz for a gossamer sound that’s buoyed by the LA-based artist’s honeyed vocals.

Photay: Pressure

Part electronic, part global funk, Photay’s “Pressure” focuses on strings and vocals, with plenty of creative percussion—lending it a genre-bending uniqueness. Photay (aka Evan Shornstein) cites Aphex Twin as an early inspiration and the catalyst for him to experiment with drums, turntablism and composition. Since then, he has explored sampling and drawn inspiration from countless musical styles from all over the world. Waking Hours (released this …